Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, or PCIT, is a research-based therapy used to help manage disruptive behavior in children ages 30 months to 7 years.
UF Health Psychiatry in Jacksonville offers comprehensive evaluations and treatments for a wide range of mental and behavioral health disorders in all age groups. Our specialists develop individualized strategies for you and use the latest research-based therapies to support your emotional well-being and provide the care you need.
Expertise in psychiatric care
Our team of UF Health Jacksonville psychiatrists specialize in:
- Depression and bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Treatment-resistant depression
- Advanced psychopharmacology
- Transcranial magnetic stimulation
- Ketamine and Esketamine
- Child and adolescent psychiatry
- Women's mental health
- Psychological and psychoeducational testing
- Individual, family and relationship issues
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Cognitive behavior therapy
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy
- Family therapy
Psychiatry: Why choose UF Health Jacksonville?
We have top doctors at UF Health Jacksonville. Our physicians are seasoned practitioners and faculty of the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville, with access to the latest research and innovative therapy options. And as accomplished leaders in their field, they oversee a psychiatry residency training program and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Our psychiatrists and psychologists
Vaughn E Bryant, PhD, ScMClinical Neuropsychologist
Peter J Clagnaz, MDGeriatric Psychiatrist
Steven P Cuffe, MDChild and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Lourdes P Dale, PhDPsychologistLanguages: Spanish
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Purnima Kumar, PhDPsychologist
Kitty K Leung, MDPsychiatrist
Daniel A Lewis, MDPsychiatrist
Psychiatrist, Addiction Medicine Specialist, Addiction Psychiatrist
Ana Turner, MDPsychiatrist
Allison B Ventura, PhDClinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist